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Visual poems from the Granite State
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Feb 7, 2020
Nicola Muirhead’s poetic documentary narrative "Grace Notes" explores the landscapes and communities of New Hampshire as framed by the words of American poet Robert Frost.


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Visual poems from the Granite State
Nicola Muirhead’s poetic documentary narrative "Grace Notes" explores the landscapes and communities of New Hampshire as framed by the words of American poet Robert Frost.
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